Reverse Mortgage Solutions Sale Could Leave Seniors Abandoned

Bank of America Warns Ditech's Sale of Reverse Mortgage Solutions Could Leave Seniors Abandoned Ditech Holdings announced last month that it had entered into an agreement to sell Reverse Mortgage Solutions. Ditech is selling the reverse mortgage unit as part of its bankruptcy restructuring. However, Bank of America is objecting to the sale. Bank of … Continue reading Reverse Mortgage Solutions Sale Could Leave Seniors Abandoned

Ditech Customers Win Major Victory In Ditech Bankruptcy

Ditech Customers Win Protections in Ditech bankruptcy As Ditech Promises To Fight Back Ditech customers won a major victory in the long and winding saga of Ditech’s bankruptcy. The bankruptcy Trustee granted a request to create a committee to protect consumer interests in the proceedings. The Trustee's decision riled Ditech's attorneys. As a result, they … Continue reading Ditech Customers Win Major Victory In Ditech Bankruptcy

Ditech Alert: Ditech Files Bankruptcy For The 2nd Time In 14 Months

Ditech Alert: Ditech Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy For The 2nd Time In 14 Months. Is This The End Of Ditech? It appears the financial troubles for Ditech Holdings is are getting worse. A Ditech Alert has been issued by the company. The company has filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy for the second time in … Continue reading Ditech Alert: Ditech Files Bankruptcy For The 2nd Time In 14 Months

Ditech Holding Corporation Continues To Dodge Creditors

Ditech Holding Corporation Continues To Dodge Creditors After Emerging Bankruptcy And Sacking COO Ditech Holding Corporation is in trouble again. The company formerly known as Walter Investment Management emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy last year. The company restructured and eliminated $800 million in corporate debt. It also changed its name to Ditech Holding. Ditech Holding Corporation has also had a revolving door in … Continue reading Ditech Holding Corporation Continues To Dodge Creditors

Ditech Holdings Booted From The New York Stock Exchange

Ditech Holdings Booted From NYSE As Financial Troubles Persist At the Once Bankrupt Mortgage Servicer Things aren't going well at Ditech Holdings. The New York Stock Exchange has booted the mortgage servicer formerly known as Walter Investment Management. Ditech Holdings emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy in February after eliminated $800 million in corporate debt. The company also officially changed its name to … Continue reading Ditech Holdings Booted From The New York Stock Exchange